Free Bible Download


Free Bible Download

This Free Bible Download contains all of the great text of the King James Version and a new book entitled God’s New Law describing the prophecy that was declared in 2000.

Free to download and distribute – printed at cost.

New Additions:
– Homosexuality and Fornication Forgiven
– Gay Marriage in God’s Kingdom.

As usual I will save my thoughts for later, after some people have commented.

But what do you think?

What’s wrong with this?

If anything?

Deut. 4: 1 Hear now, O Israel, the decrees and laws I am about to teach you. Follow them so that you may live and may go in and take possession of the land that the LORD, the God of your fathers, is giving you. 2 Do not add to what I command you and do not subtract from it, but keep the commands of the LORD your God that I give you.

  (Pertaining to obedience)

Deut12:  32 See that you do all I command you; do not add to it or take away from it.

 [Pertaining to the place and way of worship to God]

Proverbs30: 5“Every word of God is flawless;

he is shield to those who take refuge in him.

    6 Do not add to his words,

or he will rebuke you and prove you a liar.

{pertaining to wisdom of God}

Revelation 22:18I warn everyone who hears the words of the prophecy of this book: If anyone adds anything to them, God will add to him the plagues described in this book. 19And if anyone takes words away from this book of prophecy, God will take away from him his share in the tree of life and in the holy city, which are described in this book.

[Pertaining to the book of Revelation specifically]

About Kristina

54 year old Christian lady, knitter, crafter, church admin, thrill seeker (only when shopping at thrift stores for tremendous bargains) my 4 dogs and my pigs servant, a child of God, saved, redeemed and trying to be joyful in a fallen world.

7 responses »

  1. I have problems with both the anti-homo crowd and the pro-homo crowd when it comes to Christianity.

    First, there is no question the plain reading of the Bible (both OT and NT) condemns homosexual behavior. Those who deny that have to engage in hermeneutical gymnastics that are tough to defend.

    Second, while heteros are given clear instruction on how to deal with their sexual desire, homos are not.

    Third, it is tough to say whether the Biblical prohibitions are simply a product of ancient society or enduring principle. There are other commandments and directions we regularly see as “ancient” and outdated.

    So, I am still struggling with this one. I have MANY gay friends who I wish could be active Christians as well as active sexually. I love them and I want them to have at least as great a life as I do.

  2. An additional point about adding to God’s Word:

    The passages you mention both speak of an incomplete picture of what we now accept as “God’s Word.”

    Proverbs was written many hundreds of years before Revelation–does that mean Revelation (and in fact the entire New Testament) is unGodly?

    As you point out, Revelation is very specifically talking about the single book of Revelation, not the entire Bible or New Testament.

    You are smarter than you give yourself credit for.

  3. i think people will say, anything written in the new test is not adding to words of OT, just agreeing with them. while i have not investigated that for myself [so i cant comment] i havent found verses that state in a nutshell, do not add to or take away…from the whole counsel/Word of God.
    i agree with you on your 3 points, and i too struggle with it, for those reasons, but i think i wish more, and its probably not very practical, that the gays i know would turn from that and turn toward God. more over i wish God would take away their desire for the same sex. and that they would heed Gods voice. does that sound idealistic?

  4. “i think i wish more, and its probably not very practical, that the gays i know would turn from that and turn toward God.”

    According to the New Testament, the ideal life is a celibate one, but not all are given by God the “gift” of celibacy.

    So, here’s the question I pose to you Mom: Are you praying for your son to have his sexual desires taken away so he can turn to and be a better servant of God?

    We have been taught that to be a practicing homosexual means that person hates God or God hates them or both. In my experience I have met many gays who anguish over the fact the institutional Church excludes them–even when they have a genuine love for God. Some of them are the most devout Christians I have met, and the church doors are closed.

    It’s easy for us non-celibate heteros to give them the option of “give up buttless chaps or perish,” but we don’t treat promiscuous teenagers that way.

  5. isnt it celibate or married?
    but if you can’t control yourself, then get married?
    and thats only paul, right?
    the jist of it is body is a temple, do right unto the Lord,
    be set apart from world, etc.?
    the answer to you is, yes, but thats not realistic… my desire would be for him to control his desires until a wife is found for him. to be pure until he is married.
    if he is gay, my desire would be for him to control that desire, in the same way as heteros do, or should.
    if the bible is true, and God really doesnt want his set apart people to be defiled in any way [gay or…] and the holy spirit is moving and working in a person, idealistically, they would want to please Him….
    not that i can totally agree with all that, but just posing a statement.
    God doesnt hate gay people, but if again, the bible is truth, then He doesnt want that lifestyle or defiling for His people. Any of His people.
    of course we have to be speaking in general terms because we cant speak of all gay people. yes, you are right about some being lovers of God and hated by people, church people. i’ve seen it also.
    i just thought of this;
    say im attracted to a certain type of guy and every time that type of guy comes into my life, i jump at the chance to ‘get with him’
    no matter what the circumstances.
    what would the right thing to do to please God?
    now you say, ok someone has controlled their gay sexual desire and found the right one, done the courtship thing, stayed pure, now they want to get married and be in a committed relationship.
    What does the bible or God say about that? are they pleasing to God?

    Lastly, given that i have only read the first paragraph from the new chapter of this bible, i should go back and read it. my first re-action would be, don’t add to the bible, but i have no biblical basis for it. Just a gut feeling, that this is something along the lines of a religious movement, something that will be popular for a time then fade out.

  6. Hope you are enjoying your new couch.

    I wasn’t trying to imply the Bible condones homosexual behavior. What I did mean was the Bible gives specific instruction on how heteros with buring loins can relieve the burning and itching often associated with hormones, but we (the church) seems to having a glaring lack of compassion for God loving homosexuals.

    I am more than willing to tell anyone–homo or hetero–what the Bible says, but I have trouble pronouncing for them a course of action they need to take to please God. I didn’t used to feel this way, but the more gays I get to know, the more I hear them long for a deeper relationship with God, the less inclined I am to figure out whether their lives are any less worthy of service to God than mine.

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